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Tuesday - House Rhyme Time

Duration:
2 hours, 25 minutes
First broadcast:
Tuesday 08 June 2010

Today's show was dedicated to anyone who can describe their house with a rhyme as to where it is! And the show was entitled 'Be mindful not to major in minor worries!'

The Mount Charles Breakfast club announced on the Mega-Phone-Call that they can't smell the porridge and it's far too quiet - Emma's missing! Come back Emma!

And Richard Sturdy, Chairman of the Yorkshire Vintage Association, was today's Mystery Guest.

Music Played

23 items
  • Image for Deep Blue Something

    Deep Blue Something Breakfast At Tiffany's

    This Year's Love (Various Artists) C, Global Television

  • Image for The Jackson 5

    The Jackson 5 Can You Feel It

    Fantastic 80's Go For It! - Various, Parlophone

  • Image for Rox

    Rox I Don't Believe

    (CD Single), Rough Trade, 1

  • Image for Eric Clapton

    Eric Clapton Lay Down Sally

    The Cream Of Eric Clapton, Polydor

  • Image for Lily Allen

    Lily Allen Smile

    (CD Single), Regal

  • Image for Wayne Fontana

    Wayne Fontana Pamela Pamela

    The British Invasion Vol.7, Rhino

  • Image for Gabriella Cilmi

    Gabriella Cilmi Hearts Don't Lie

    (CD Single), Universal Island, 1

  • Image for The Cars

    The Cars Just What I Needed

    The Cars - Greatest Hits, Elektra

  • Image for Pilot

    Pilot Magic

    25 Years Of Rock'n'Roll Vol.2 (1974), Connoisseur Collection

  • Image for James Blunt

    James Blunt Wisemen

    (CD Single), Atlantic

  • Image for Queen

    Queen Hammer To Fall

    Queen - Greatest Hits II, Parlophone

  • Image for Train

    Train Hey, Soul Sister

    (CD Single), Columbia, 1

  • Image for Four Tops

    Four Tops Loco In Acapulco

    The Ultimate Party (Various Artists), Hit Label

  • Image for Katy Perry

    Katy Perry California Gurls (feat. Snoop Dogg)

    Featured Artist: Snoop Dogg.

    (CD Single), Virgin, 1

  • Image for Curtis Mayfield

    Curtis Mayfield Move On Up

    The Old Skool Reunion (Various Artis, Global Television

  • Image for Jack Johnson

    Jack Johnson You And Your Heart

    (CD Single), Brushfire Records, 1

  • Image for Sheena Easton

    Sheena Easton 9 To 5

    The World Of Sheena Easton, EMI

  • Image for Alan Jackson

    Alan Jackson and Jimmy Buffett It's 5 O'Clock Somewhere

    (CD Single), BMG

  • Image for Del Amitri

    Del Amitri Roll To Me

    Twisted, A&M, 007

  • Image for Huey Lewis and the News

    Huey Lewis and the News Stuck With You

    Now 1986 (Various Artists), Now

  • Image for Robbie Williams

    Robbie Williams Strong

    (CD Single), Chrysalis

  • Image for Fyfe Dangerfield

    Fyfe Dangerfield She's Always A Woman

    (CD Single), Geffen, 1

  • Image for OneRepublic

    OneRepublic All The Right Moves

    (CD Single), Mosley Music/Interscope Records, 1

  • Pause for Thought

    From Baroness Julia Neuberger

    We went to an extraordinary concert last Saturday night, in Leamington.

    It was a beautiful warm evening, but the mood was sombre because of the news. Yet there we were in All Saints Church in Leek Wootton, listening to Kosmos playing Jewish, Balkan, Roma and Eastern Mediterranean music, with accordion and three string players, with tangos and klezmer, and everyone humming and tapping their feet.

    Leek Wootton is quite a respectable place in the heart of the Warwickshire countryside, and the village atmosphere is somewhat reserved, so it’s not the kind of atmosphere I’d necessarily have expected. But these young players’ enthusiasm was incredibly infectious, and even the most staid people there were grinning away, longing to get up and dance, and having real fun.

    There is something hugely infectious about enthusiasm. It’s a bit like ‘Laugh and the world laughs with you, weep and you weep alone’. If you exude a sense of great love for what you are doing, others catch it from you- and then they feel enthusiastic, even if they hadn’t thought they could get excited by it at all!

    That’s why brilliant teachers can enthuse children- and adults- with all sorts of subjects they had no idea they were interested in. That’s why a really enthusiastic sports coach can get miracles out of unpromising young people.

    That’s why summer holiday theatre projects for disadvantaged children are so successful when done well- because the actors and facilitators are so enthusiastic about what they do they get the young people, who had never been to an opera in their lives, composing one and singing in it by the end of a week! So I think we need to appreciate enthusiasm more.

    Instead of just telling teachers how to do what they have to do, we should be telling them they are wonderful. Instead of saying we want any old summer scheme to keep the kids off the streets, we should be praising those who run those schemes to the skies.

    Instead of going to a concert and thinking it’s a good enough way to spend an evening with a few friends, we should think about the huge effort the musicians are making, and be ready to be appreciative before we start. The message is this- if we want people to enthuse us, we need to be ready to be enthused. That means praising more and criticising less- and that would make a difference to how people feel about what they do- and make us more generous spirited.

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